Fundraisers this week .. KDNW/Duluth .. Psalm FM/International Falls, MN .. KBNJ/Corpus Christi .. Family Life Radio/Tucson
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WBFJ/Winston-Salem celebrates 29 years of broadcasting this week. The CCM station signed on September 1, 1994 to serve the Piedmont Triad. Wally Decker has served as the stations GM/Morning host since 1998.
Kyle Glover has exited the Vice President of Programming position at WXHL/Wilmington, DE (Reach Gospel Radio) a network of 18 stations. Kyle is a Stellar Award winning Radio Programmer, as well as the new 1st VP of the National Association of Gospel Radio (NAGR).
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WGTS/Wash DC hosted over 1,000 people at “Amazing Grace: Celebrating Religious Freedom, a Tribute of Romania to America,” on September 10 at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. The Embassy of Romania sponsored the event to celebrate 32 years of democracy and religious freedom in the country and commemorate 9/11. Over 300 musicians from the National Orchestra of Bucharest, Procred Choir, top Romanian singers from “The X Factor” and “Romania’s Got Talent,” and the country’s top pop and opera stars all performed. The event was broadcast live nationwide in Romania on CNN Romania. Romanian Ambassador Andrei Muraru invited WGTS to participate in the festivities by inviting listeners to attend the celebration. WGTS President and CEO Kevin Krueger welcomed the audience and talked about the privilege of sharing classic hymns, such as “Amazing Grace,” that represent the name of Jesus.
“There were several moments throughout the night where I found myself fighting tears,” said WGTS 91.9 Morning Show Host Summer Shepherd. “As a woman married to a Romanian who came to America in search of religious freedom, I am well-acquainted with what it cost my in-laws to be here. As I sat holding my husband’s hand, in the Nation’s Capital, as musicians from his home country sought to celebrate the very things his family fought for, it was humbling and exhilarating beyond measure.”
Pictured WGTS President and CEO Kevin Krueger welcomes the concert hall audience and the TV audience to the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
The CMB September monthly webinar is tomorrow (Wednesday, 9/13 at noon CT) with Edison Research Vice President, Megan Lazovick. Megan will be discussing the latest updates on radio listening, streaming, podcasting, subscribing, in-car usage, and how these trends are expected to continue to affect the audio space in the future.
HisAir FLASHBACK – SEP 12, 2019 – Christian Hard Rock show KGNZ/Abilene “At Night” left West Texas Christian radio airwaves following an emotional live farewell show…
Shirley Wolstenholme 1 year at CJLF/Barrie, ONT
Roger Marsh 12 years at Crawford Broadcasting
Sarah Shinn 1 year at Centricity Music
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